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05-20-2013 08:45 PM
Fergatron2000 Yeah, I don't know if its the camrock profile or this board in particular but I feel like it prompted me to ride with better form- more knee flexion, good shoulders. It couldn't have been me just having a good day because I was really hungover.

The more I kept the knees flexed the more the board rewarded me. It was rad.
05-20-2013 07:13 PM
Nivek Glad to here it. Always happy to see people stoked on their Signals!
05-20-2013 07:06 PM
Fergatron2000
Update : Signal Omni

Update. I pounced on next years Signal Omni 156 for $150. Got to ride it yesterday at what's left of Crystal. Short runs on wet, tuggy slush. But I couldn't be happier with this board. It's massive fun.

Just as I'd assumed, the camber brings back some of that locked in old school stability when charging while maintaining playfullness with the rockered tips. It's perfect for my riding preferences.

It was rad to flat base again after so many years on C2 and rocker. I felt like I could rail turns all day and the baord seemed to know exactly when and where I wanted to go. Never fought me or got twitchy. And damn solid pop.

I'm psyched.
05-16-2013 01:24 PM
Nivek
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Originally Posted by Fergatron2000 View Post
Nivek you've spent some time on the Signal Omni right? How would you compare the Omni to the Greats and/or Angus?

Thanks man.
Depends on the size. For me at 150 lbs the 153 made a killer play around park board. The 56 was definitely a more all mountain board feel. That's one of the things with Signal, sizing up in any of their decks is more than just getting a little more board, the flex characteristics are more size appropriate than most other brands I've been on. Size appropriate as in I can jib the smaller sizes and freeride the bigger sizes in every model.
05-16-2013 10:59 AM
Peyto
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I'm picturing a little more of the locked in camber feel that I learned on, only with shorter contact points for playflness and float.
This right here pretty much sums it up. Have a few different profiles in my quiver but camrock is definitely my favourite.
05-16-2013 10:55 AM
Fergatron2000
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Yes Greats or Rossi Jibsaw. Probably the Greats though.
Nivek you've spent some time on the Signal Omni right? How would you compare the Omni to the Greats and/or Angus?

Thanks man.
05-09-2013 11:47 PM
timmytard
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Rossignol Magtek is great, I have a 2012 Jibsaw, love the board. I hear the 2013 version is even better and theyre going for less than 300 bucks on most sites
Isn't the Jibsaw RCR? Not that it matters to me

I got to demo the Jibsaw & I loved it.

Had a Burton Hero up until then, after riding the Jibsaw for a couple hours, I never wanted to ride my Hero again.
The Jibsaw crushed it in every way.

Sold the Hero as fast as I could, before I wrecked it.

The jibsaw was like $165? or something like that. About 8 months ago.
Someone posted it up in here somewhere, do a little search, you should find it.


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05-09-2013 09:57 PM
Nivek Yes Greats or Rossi Jibsaw. Probably the Greats though.
05-09-2013 05:29 PM
Fergatron2000
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Any camrock will absolutely feel different than C2BTX. More stable and locked in without really losing the playfullness in the tips. Its the rocker style I prefer, unless you count flat as rocker, which I don't.
Got a recommendation off the list I made, or not off the list?
05-09-2013 03:31 PM
Nivek Any camrock will absolutely feel different than C2BTX. More stable and locked in without really losing the playfullness in the tips. Its the rocker style I prefer, unless you count flat as rocker, which I don't.
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